MFIQMandibular Functional Impairment Questionnaire
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The percentile rankings of those fathers' scores on the MFIQ and the PSCS at the time of the survey allowed the creation of two contrasting groups, constituting a maximum-variation sample (see Patton, 1990): (a) a group of very involved fathers with a strong sense of competence (n = 28, participation rate = 88%) and (b) another group of uninvolved fathers with a weak sense of competence (n = 31, participation rate = 50%).
The MFIQ covers various spheres of fathering, both direct, such as caring for the child, and indirect, such as planning activities.